WRC 5 - Xbox One
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WRC 5 - Xbox One

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The standard for rally games returns to the top of the realism rankings with a brand new physics and rendering engine.
Dirt, asphalt, mud, snow, ice... for the first time, the road surfaces have a real impact on car behaviour. You also have to learn how to fine-tune your vehicle to handle the weather conditions and dynamic lighting. Winning on mud, at night and in the rain will take all you've got!

Experience an even more immersive 2015 season with all of the WRC, WRC2, WRC3 and Junior WRC championship drivers, cars and special stages.
Drive with precision along the snow-covered roads of Sweden and the rocky roads of Mexico, and take on the rally legends in 65 unique special stages in the entirely overhauled Career mode.
Aggressive, cautious, hot-headed... Unleash the driver!

- The new WRC after a 2-year absence
- Over 20 cars, 50 liveries and teams, and all of the WRC, WRC 2, WRC 3 and Junior WRC rallies
- 65 new special stages in 13 countries, for over 400 km of racing!
- Hotseat and online multiplayer modes
- Tyre, damage and engine tuning management: your car, your rally, your driving style
New In WRC 5:
- New rendering & physics engine for unequalled realism
- Perfect reproduction of real surfaces: snow, dirt, mud, asphalt, iceRealistic spattering -  - using a brand new particle engine
- Dynamic weather
- Night-time special stages


PEGI 3+: Majority of games in this category are considered suitable for all age groups and does not contain anything that requires rating or warrants a content warning.  No violence descriptors but may contain slapstick violence as long as it is in a comical sense or not considered to be disturbing in any way, nudity allowed in a natural and non-sexual manner such as breast-feeding.

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